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What to Expect at Your Appointment as a New Patient

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  • A comfortable, friendly experience
  • Knowledgeable team member who can quickly answer your questions
  • Modern equipment and resources for every need

Patient Friendly Financing Options

Whether your dental care is for your family, a new smile for your next interview, braces for your future, or dentures to eat your favorite food, financing your dental care at Great Expressions Dental Centers is as easy as smiling.

Plans to Help You Pay

We accept cash, check, and credit cards. Plus, our Great Expressions Office payment plans (see office for details). If you don’t have insurance we also accept CareCredit and offer the Smile Protection Plan


When you finance with CareCredit, you get the dental treatment you need, with zero down or minimal up-front investment.



Great Expressions is In-Network with most providers, and participates with PPO and DHMO programs.



The Great Expressions Dental Plan offers dental discounts without deductibles or precertification limitations.

Frequently Asked Questions

The average length of orthodontic treatment is 22 months, according to a 2014 survey among members of the American Association of Orthodontists.

It may be possible for you to have successful orthodontic treatment if your teeth have crowns or root canals. Consult an orthodontist for answers that are specific to you and your circumstances.

There are many payment plans and financing options available to help spread the cost of care over the course of orthodontic treatment. Financing is available through CareCredit, and we encourage you to allow our professional team member to assist you with the confidential application process. Contact your local office for additional information.

The American Association of Orthodontists suggests that a child be seen by age 7 for an orthodontic consultation. If the dentist or parent desires, a visit to an orthodontic doctor can be pursued earlier. The orthodontist evaluates the alignment, bite, and relationship between the upper and lower jaw. If necessary, your child may need to return for periodic visits to monitor growth and development. Orthodontic treatment today involves guiding the bone growth and treatment for jaw joint disorders, as well as correcting the arrangement of the teeth. Your Great Expressions Dental Centers dentist can help you understand the concerns with your child’s teeth, and refer you to an orthodontist as needed.

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